The General Education Requirements
General Education Requirements
These courses in English, foreign languages, and history are intended to equip students with essential basic competencies in the liberal arts. Students are encouraged to demonstrate the level of accomplishment represented by Group I courses by means of advanced placement examinations. See the University Bulletin on advanced placement.
Group II–Quantative Competency (21 Hours)
These requirements are fulfilled by satisfying the Mathematics Pre-Major Requirements.
Each student must pass at least 6 additional hours of study in the humanities; at least one course must be in fine arts.
Artistic Skill courses cannot be used for Group III credits.
Complete 6 hours of approved courses in the social sciences.
Complete 8 hours of approved courses in the laboratory sciences.